[GE users] User Cert Problem

Manuel Sánchez Cuenca msc1 at alu.um.es
Wed Aug 11 11:09:49 BST 2004


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This solution doesn't solve the problem.

Andre Alefeld wrote:

> Manuel,
>
> see below
>
> Manuel Sánchez Cuenca wrote:
>
>> Andre Alefeld wrote:
>>
>>> Manuel,
>>>
>>> you have to execute the script as superuser on the master host and
>>> source $SGE_ROOT/default/common/settings.csh.
>>
>>
>>
>> I have executed the script settings.sh, as root, and in the master 
>> host, but the problem still appears. Have you got another idea?
>>
>>>
>>> Andre
>>>
>>> Manuel Sánchez Cuenca wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hello all, I have installed SGE 5.3 successfully, but I have 
>>>> problems to create a new user certificate. I have written in the 
>>>> "myusers" file the following:
>>>>
>>>>    generico:Usuario de Globus para SGE:
>>>
> can you change your myusers to and retry
>
> generico:Usuario de Globus para SGE:blabla at blublub.org
>
>>>>
>>>> and then execute the command: sge_ca -usercert myusers, but get the 
>>>> following error:
>>>>
>>>> ========================================================
>>>> Generating certificate and key for 'generico' ('Usuario de Globus 
>>>> para SGE','').
>>>>
>>>> Creating 'Usuario de Globus para SGE' certificate and key
>>>> ---------------------------------------------------------
>>>> Creating RANDFILE in 
>>>>  >/var/sgeCA/port536/default/userkeys/generico/rand.seed<
>>>> unable to write 'random state'
>>>> error on line 10 of /tmp/sge_ca11135.tmp
>>>> 1174:error:0E065068:configuration file routines:STR_COPY:variable 
>>>> has no value:conf_def.c:629:line 10
>>>>
>
>>>> Command failed: /opt/SGE/sungridengine/utilbin/glinux/openssl req 
>>>> -md5 -nodes -config /tmp/sge_ca11135.tmp -new -keyout 
>>>> /var/sgeCA/port536/default/userkeys/generico/key.pem -out 
>>>> /var/sgeCA/port536/default/userkeys/generico/req.pem
>>>>
>>>> Probably a permission problem. Please check file access permissions.
>>>> Check root read/write permission. Check if SGE daemons are running.
>>>> ===========================================================
>>>>
>>>> Can anybody help me?
>>>>
>>>> Thanks in advance.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
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>>>
>>
>>
>


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